Vincentian general election, 1972
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General elections were held in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on 7 April 1972. The result was a tie between the People's Political Party and the Saint Vincent Labour Party, which both won six seats. Despite being a former member of the SVLP (which had received a majority of the public vote), the sole independent MP James Fitz-Allen Mitchell formed a government with the PPP. Voter turnout was 75.6%.
|Saint Vincent Labour Party||16,108||50.4||6||0|
|People's Political Party||14,507||45.4||6||+3|